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. the gang from forbes is on that. that's at the top of the hour. forget having the in-laws over for dinner, more families are shacking up together. young, old and everyone in between and we know what it's doing to our sanity. what about our economy. ♪ it's a family affair >> live from america's news headquarters, hi, everybody, i'm jamie colby. this news in, one of al-qaeda's top leaders reportedly caught and says that al-abi was arrested in southern yemen. and we're told he's responsible for the murder of security officials and other terrorist attacks in yemen. a delicate cleanup is underway right now after a freight train derails on a new jersey bridge, toppling four tanker cars and spewed thousands of gallons of the chemicals. and the accident happening in paulesboro, an industrial town directly across the river and dozens still recovering and hundreds of others waiting to be let back in the their homes and crews are working to clean up and the crash under investigation. i'm jamie colby, back now to cavuto on business, keep it here on the fox news channel, the most powerful name in n
over for thanksgiving dinner, it's like my in-laws, they're still there. and for the crowd, yet, stays over forever. do you think that's a stretch? i want you to think again. the new report that home builders are building more homes for what they call extended families. and families are staying together during tough economic times and what do you think there about that? >> if it's tough economic times, and i am shouldn't be billed ago new house. and i'm a grand father and full-time, it would have me moving out. and it's upsetting emotional thing and i want to stay the hell away from it. >> neil: it's interesting, sandra. home prices moving up again and home building stabilize and the not back to the races, but better. >> better. >> neil: are we making too much of this or is this just the flip side of the same story? >> unfortunately, i think a lot of story is talking about grandpa and grandma moving into the house, but i don't see a lot of this as the college student who can't get a job. and moving back with the parents and part making arrangements for this. >> neil: so you've met my d
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